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NY-17: Westchester County Clerk Endorses Buchwald

Democratic congressional candidate David Buchwald on Thursday received the first countywide endorsement in the crowded party primary for the 17th House district.

Westchester County Clerk Tim Odoni backed Buchwald’s bid for the seat being vacated by Rep. Nita Lowey.

“I am excited to endorse David Buchwald as he runs for Congress,” Idoni said. “Throughout his career, David has worked hard to build relationships across the community and has been a leader we could count on at the state level to fight to hold Trump accountable, to protect women’s healthcare, to pass laws to reduce gun violence, and to promote ethics in government. He’s the advocate we need in Congress.”

Buchwald, a member of the state Assembly, is part of a field of more than a half-dozen candidates seeking the Democratic nod for the district.

“I am proud to have County Clerk Idoni’s support. He has devoted his life to serving Westchester County, and he has been a conscientious and effective leader for us,” Buchwald said.

“Together, we have worked to promote electronic recordkeeping that saves taxpayers millions of dollars. I am running for Congress to fight for an end to gun violence, protect women’s reproductive rights, restore the SALT deduction, and advocate for our Democratic values.”

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Tuesday was my holiday party for work! I fasted through the morning, had this bowl of General Tso’s shrimp over noodles and greens for lunch, and then snacked on lobster mac & cheese, skewers of Thai chicken with peanut sauce, butternut squash ravioli, and milkshake shots at the party.

There were ice cream sandwiches and crab cakes and empanadas, but I listened to my hunger, and it just wasn’t there. So I got my palm read and played at the roulette table and danced at the silent disco instead!

We had an amazing view of the Empire State Building, and I wore this dress, which is now just wildly too big for me, but it feels really nice to have clothes that are too big for me!


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5 GOP Lawmakers Receive Perfect Score From Conservative Party

The state Conservative Party rankings released Thursday gave 100 percent ratings to five Republican lawmakers in the state Senate and Assembly.

Sens. Daphne Jordan, Tom O’Mara, Robert Ortt each received a 100 percent score from the party, as did Assemblyman David DiPietro and Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor.

The party assessed support and opposition to a series of key issues and bills on the economy, crime, health, education and abortion.

“We believe that it is necessary to keep the public informed of key votes and let the taxpayers be aware of how elected officials spend our hard-earned money. Every bill is considered, and then we narrow the number to give voters a fair assessment of what transpires in Albany,” said Gerard Kassar, the party’s state chairman.

“A review of the bills used this year will show New Yorkers how out of touch the legislature is with the average citizen; many are costly and others will show how they help New Yorkers.”

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I believe this was done by Korea Dispatch during the SNL performance of Boy With Love. Even in black an white they are all stunning. 


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Betty Little Becomes Latest Senate GOP Retirement

Republican Sen. Betty Little, a longtime fixture in North Country politics, will not seek re-election to the state Senate seat she has held since 2002, she announced on Thursday.

“Although it is very difficult for me to contemplate stepping away from the public service that I love so much, it’s time,” Little said during her announcement Thursday in Glens Falls. “Being able to do this work for so many years has been the greatest honor. I’ve not taken one moment of it for granted.”

Little is the second Republican lawmaker in the Senate to announce plans to not run again next year. Republican Sen. George Amedore last week said he will retire from the chamber after representing a Mohawk and Hudson Valley Senate district since 2015.

Little is a widely respected lawmaker in Albany among Republicans and Democrats alike.

“The senator was always willing to explain her position and seek opportunities to work together, even when we didn’t always agree,” said William Janeway, the executive director of the Adirondack Council.

Republican Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro also praised her, calling her a “wonderful individual” and among the “dignified voices in Albany.”

“While her demeanor, strength, and grace will be missed in the Capitol, she has more than earned this next chapter of her life,” he said. “Thank you senator.”

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